The Net Advance of Physics:
TOPOLOGICAL FIELD THEORY
FIELD THEORY:
TOPOLOGICAL
General: Introductory:
Symmetries, Groups, and Categories
by John Baez [2005/05]
General:
Topological Quantum Field Theory: A Progress Report
by Jose M. F. Labastida [1995/11]
This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics (51-100)
by J. C. Baez [1995--1997]
Lectures in Topological Quantum Field Theory
by Jose M. F. Labastida and Carlos Lozano [1997/05]
Topological Quantum Field Theories -- A Meeting Ground for Physicists and Mathematicians
by R. K. Kaul [1999/07]
Math and Physics
by Jose M. F. Labastida [2001/07]
Undergraduate Lecture Notes in Topological Quantum Field Theory
by Vladimir G. Ivancevic and Tijana T. Ivancevic [2008/10]
Lectures on AKSZ Topological Field Theories for Physicists
by Noriaki Ikeda [2011/12]
Particle Physics and Condensed Matter: The Saga Continues
by Frank Wilczek [2014/06]
Three Lectures On Topological Phases Of Matter
by Edward Witten [2015/07]
Use of topology in physical problems
by Somendra M. Bhattacharjee [2015/12]
Introductory Lectures on Topological Quantum Field Theory
by Nils Carqueville and Ingo Runkel [2017/05]
Lectures on Factorization Homology, Infinity-Categories, and Topological Field Theories
by Araminta Amabel et al. [2019/07]
Types:
CHERN-SIMONS;
DONALDSON;
SEIBERG-WITTEN;
STRING;
Type: NON-ABELIAN:
Topological Quantum Field Theories -- A Meeting Ground for Physicists and Mathematicians
by R. K. Kaul [1999/07]
Type: TWO DIMENSIONAL:
Painlevé transcendents and two-dimensional topology
by Boris Dubrovin [1996] Five lectures; 117 pages.
Re: PATH INTEGRALS:
Lectures on Batalin-Vilkovisky formalism and its applications in topological quantum field theory
by Pavel Mnev [2016] 155 pp.
Re:
QCD:
Topological aspects of QCD
by A. Di Giacomo [
Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 47
, 136 (1996)]
Topology in QCD
by Mike Teper [
Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 83
, 146 (2000)]
Topological objects in QCD
by Falk Bruckmann [2007/03]
Re: SPIN SYSTEMS:
An introduction to spin systems for mathematicians
by Ingmar Saberi [2017/08]
THE NET ADVANCE OF PHYSICS